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Re: Mariner

Postby bud37 » January 12th, 2018, 5:01 pm

Endless wrote:Source of the post We have had our 1997 Mariner for 20 Seasons, love the boat accommodates a lot of guests and has plenty of room. The wife liked it the first time we saw it. The rest is history. I personally like the wide gunnels, front seat and low number of steps going up or down. Not to mention great visibility forward. Only complaint is visibility from the bridge port aft is obstructed when stern-ing in to dock. Corrected that with a flag mast that is visible from the bridge. The open cockpit is nice to enjoy the outdoors with a couple of deck chairs.

+1 and cudos to you for keeping the same boat for 20 years, we are asking you stuff :-D ...... Welcome to the forum..... :beergood:
All above is my opinion, nothing more. Shortcuts are very rarely cheap in the long run.

Who is this Rube Goldberg ?? Is he a boater ??

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